Agatti Beach In Lakshadweep, a jewel in Lakshadweep Island is a heaven on earth. Beauty lies all in the beach and visitors here, cherish the breath-taking sparkle of coral grounds, the cool-clear sea and the balmy air. This must-visit landscape is 6 km in length and 100 km in wide which acts as a paradise for adventure lovers and sightseers, as well.Different visitors visit the beach with carrying different travel themes. Many makes a Adventure Agatti beach tour with family and friends, while some look into the place as a perfect honeymoon destination.
Adventure cross the normal boundary at Agatti Beach In Lakshadweep Island.The place offers the visitors a great chance to explore the under-water beauty, of its kind. The challenging twist and turn of scuba-diving and snorkeling provides the scintillating view of multi hued fishes,creating bubbles, changing their motion and direction.
The shallow sea is the endless resident of many inhabiting aquatic lives, zoo planktons and phytoplankton and tourist who are not strong at heart can also study them via glass bottom boats.
Sightseeing in Agatti
In Agatti Beach Tourism exploring the underwater kingdom, keen observers can make a visit to the Golden Jubilee Museum. A visit in this place, provide a glimpse of the various models of the traditional Minicoy sailboats the archaic jars, pots, wooden chests and precious collection of gold coins, thereby highlighting the historical past of Lakshadweep. The museum also holds the ruins of Lord Buddha which is believed to be built, sometime, between 9th to 12th century.Also a glimpse of the 12th century Mohiyudeen Mosque makes a worthy visit to Agatti Beach. The architectural look of this oldest Muslim religious shrine is alike the Malabar in Kerala.
Tourist, when visit the mosque premises gets captivated with the palm groves surrounding it and its intricately carved tombstones.
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